Tag Archives: World War I

1917: Lenin, Wilson, and the Birth of the New World Disorder – Arthur Herman, PhD

1917 was a pivotal year in the lives of both Lenin and Wilson. These two, so very unlike, shaped the world in which we now live. Wilson’s Pax Americana saw a world living in peace, countries willing to cooperate for … Continue reading

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An Eagle in the Snow – Michael Morpurgo

Britain’s most decorated private during World War I Henry Tandey. This is the fictionalized account of his life, his heroics, his bravery, and his morals.  Morals so strong he could not bring himself to shoot an injured German.  Years later, … Continue reading

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Poppy – Mary Hooper

Poppy Pearson is a young maid in service to the aristocratic de Vere family during the outbreak of World War I.  Poppy is urged by a former teacher to take advantage of the expanding opportunities to women due to the … Continue reading

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